By Adam Alexander

by Adam Alexander
Is anyone that survived the Hindenburg disaster still alive? Why is “Spider-Man” hyphenated? When was the first purchase made with bitcoin?  All that and more with Adam’s Fun Facts:
1. The first bitcoin purchase was on May 22nd, 2010 when a developer bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins. Now that would be worth around $100 million. (Business Insider)

2. Stan Lee put a hyphen in the name “Spider-Man” because he didn’t want people confusing him with Superman. Although, as you can see from the picture, they do not hyphenate it at the Universal Studios parking garage.  (Syfy)

3. Every single person has face mites living on their face right now!  They’re microscopic and they’re currently swimming around in the oil in your pores!  (UPI)

4. When the Hindenburg crashed in 1937, 62 of the 97 people on board survived and the last survivor died at age 92 in 2014 !  He was a 14-year-old assistant on the Hindenburg when it exploded. (Fox News)

5. You’re 104 times more likely to choke to death than to die from being struck by lightning. (The Economist)

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